Madder Than A Full Moon Dog (2013) DVD Review

madder1Madder Than A Full Moon Dog (2013) DVD review


UK Distribution – Wienerworld – OUT NOW


The Full Moon Dog Festival started in 2011 in honour of the Asomvel frontman Jay Jay Winter who died in a motor accident in 2010.


Here we have a DVD from the 2012 festival that features live performances and backstage interviews with bands on the bill and people who knew Jay Jay. From the Cockpit in Leeds here we have Madder Than A Full Moon Dog.


With live performances and interviews from Orange Goblin, Asomvel, Stuka Squadron, Dark Forest, Triaxis and more.


This is a great DVD that does what really hasn’t been done before , it shows a small UK metal festival with UK bands and explores the idiosyncrasies of UK metal fans.


The camera work is top notch and as well as some great live performances there are some great montages and a good mix of bands that all fall under the metal banner. The sound is OK but this understandable as it was filmed in a live venue and live music is a very fickle mistress at the best of times.


madder2All in this is a great look into UK metal from some smaller bands to the mighty Orange Goblin , and of course it is a fitting tribute to an obviously much loved and much missed friend and band-mate .


Well worth picking up and something quite unique 6/10 .


Track Listing

Full Moon Dog – Asomvel
Stone Cold Stare – Asomvel
Death before Dishonour – Stiletto Farm
Black Shadow – Mercenary
The Wizard of Alderley Edge – Dark Forest
Stand for Something – Orange Goblin
We Rule the Night – Eliminator
Drudgery – Asomvel
Black Trinity – Triaxis
Round Up the Horses – Orange Goblin
Tales of the Ost – Stuka Squadron
Blow Me – Screaming Eagles
They Come Back – Orange Goblin

Released by the great people at Wienerworld who continue to release obscure and top class music. Please visit them HERE and support UK Independent Companies .


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About Andy Deen

A horror fan for as far back as I can remember . The first things that scared me were Doctor Who and the BBC ghost stories . As an early teen the video revolution came along and with it the Video Nasty campaign , and through all that I immersed myself in all things nasty. I love Slashers, Haunted House Stories and Devil Worshipping/Panic Films . I watch too much horror , listen to loud Heavy Metal and enjoy the odd tattoo \m/\m/

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